|Verschollenheit und Todeserklar̈ung nach deutschem und ungarischem Rechte, unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Entwürfe eines ungarischen allgemeinen Bürgerlichen Gesetzbuches und einer ungarischen Civilprozessordnung - Balogh, Elemér, b. 1881|
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Absence and presumption of death; Absence and presumption of death
|Hope Through Our Tears: Pride and Prejudice and Presumption - Rev. Dave Lade|
We like to clasify our sins from worst to least offensive. But in doing so, we often fail to see what Jesus called the "weightier matters of the law" - those things that if neglected, can prevent our prayers from being answered the way we hope them to be. Fortunately, God graciously puts before us a choice. He leaves it to each of us to decide.
Keywords: Pride; Prejudice; Presumption; Sins; Justice
|A Saint's/Sinner's Prayer - Tony Hayling|
A devotional commentary on the verses mentioned. For more visit Agonizomai Blog Site Or the Podfeed Agonizomai Podcast
Keywords: Saint; sinner; prayer; presumption; grace; sufficiency
|Really Being With You 7-26-2014|
Really Being With You - Presumption on KSKQ July 26, 2014
Keywords: ReallyBeingWithYou; Presumption; KSKQ; July26; 2014
|2010-07-25 (PM) You Know Better - Ron L Clark, Faith Memorial Baptist Church, Overton, NS, Canada|
This sermon expounds the challenging principle articulated in James 4:17, noting its universal application to the whole life: oh how easy it is to sin.
Keywords: James 4:17; Unbelief; Conquences for Sin; Presumption; Imputence; Defiance; Ingratitude
|Evidence Proof & Justice: Legal Philosophy & the Provable in English Courts|
Suggested Level: UG (Undergraduate)
Keywords: LAW; LAW.UG; Evidence--Law; Double jeapordy; Presumption of innocence; summum ius summa iniuria; Philosophy--Legal
|Have You Lost Jesus|
FBC Lexington December 2, 2012 AM Service Bro. Jeff Cruse âHave You Lost Jesus?â Luke 2:41-49
Keywords: relationship; fellowship; christians; mary; joseph; jesus; forgiveness; repent; deal; presumption; church; religious; ceremony; focus
|Harold Covington weekly podcast - Harold A. Covington|
This file was actually sent out on July 14, 2010; at least I received mine on the evening of July 14. Among other things, Harold discusses the myths of the American Civil War and the increasingly bizarre case of Edgar Steele. He also displays an impressive knowledge of Jewish history.
Keywords: American Civil War music; Attorney Edgar Steele; bloodless genocide; extermination of white people; FBI; Gangs Of New York; Hebrew; immigration; Ireland; Irish Republic; Jewish family history; Jewish names; Jewish perfidy; mail order brides; Northwest Migration; presumption of innocence; The Joys Of Yiddish; White Survival
|Bunyan Characters Volume I - Alexander Whyte|
LibriVox recording of Bunyan Characters Volume I by Alexander Whyte. Read in English by Gary Ericson and MaryAnn Spiegel. This is the first volume of four which goes into the details of Characters from John Bunyan's books. This one is about characters of Pilgrims Progress. Summary by fiddlesticks. For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording...
Keywords: librivox; audiobooks; religious; John Bunyan; help; passion; Vanity Fair; charity; patience; pilgrim's progress; hypocrisy; experience; knowledge; pilgrims progress; evangelist; mr. worldly-wise man; goodwill; gatekeeper; interperter; simple; sloth; presumption; the three shining ones; formalist; timorous; mistrust; prudence; shame; talkative; judge hate-good; faithful; by-ends; giant dispair; watchful; sincere; obstinate; pliable; pilgrims' progress
|The Pilgrim's Progress (version 2) - John Bunyan|
LibriVox recording of The Pilgrim's Progress (version 2) by John Bunyan. Read in English by MaryAnn. The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come is a Christian allegory written by John Bunyan and originally published in February, 1678. It is regarded as one of the most significant works of religious English literature, has been translated into more than 200 languages, and has never been out of print...
Keywords: librivox; audiobooks; Pilgrim; Pilgrimage; Apollyon; Atheist; Charity; Christian; Christiana; Contrite; Dare-Not-Lie; Demas; Despair; Diffidence; Discretion; Evangelist; Faithful; Feeble-Mind; Flatterer; Formalist; Gaius; Gardener; Goodwill; Great-Heart; Grim; Heedless; Help; Holy-Man; Hopeful; Hypocrisy; Ignorance; Ill Favoured One; Innocent; Interpreter; Judge; Keeper At The Gate; Lord Of The Way; Love-Saint; Maul; Men; Mercy; Messenger; Mistrust; Mnason; Brisk; By-Ends; Despondency; Hold-The-World; Honest; Money-Love; Ready-To-Halt; Sagacity; Save-All; Skill; Worldly Wiseman; Inconsiderate; Know-Nothing; Light-Mind; Timorous; Obstinate; Penitant; Pickthank; Piety; Pliable; Porter; Presumption; Prudence; Reliever; Shepherd Boy; Shepherds; Shining One; Simple; Slay-Good; Sloth; Stand-Fast; Talkative; Timorous; Too-Bold; Vain-Confidence; Valiant-For-Truth; Warrior; City Of Destruction; Wicket Gate; Slough Of Despond; Hill Of Difficulty; Valley Of The Shadow Of Death; Vanity Fair; Delectable Mountains; Valley Of Humiliation